HUD Highlights E-Newsletter

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Region X - Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

May 2007 - Volume 3, Number 5

You're Invited!
HUD is hosting a FREE workshop for communities, faith-based and grassroots organizations in Pasco, WA on Friday, May 18, from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Getting Your Seat at the Table is an opportunity for you to learn about HUD programs and funding opportunities, and to network with peers and colleagues.

The agenda includes:

Opening remarks by:
John Meyers, HUD Regional Director
Bill Saraceno, Vice President, Administration, Columbia Basin College
David Carradini, HUD's Center for Faith-Based & Community Initiatives

- Introduction to the Consolidated Plan
- Community Development and Housing Programs
- Homeless Assistance Programs
- Community Challenges and Experiences

Panel discussions:
- Filling identified needs in the Consolidated Plan, Request for Proposals process
- Getting involved in your local Continuum of Care
- Community Challenges and Experiences

This event will be held at Columbia Basin College, Student Services Building, Gjerde Multipurpose Facility, 2600 N. 20th Ave., Pasco, WA. The workshop is free, but registration is required. Contact Terri Krick via email ( or phone (877) 741-3281 ext. 5364 for more information.

HUD's Faith-Based and Community Initiative (FBCI)
HUD encourages the indispensable and transforming work of faith-based and other charitable service groups, and we welcome them as partners. HUD is leveling the playing field for grassroots, faith-based and community organizations, affording them the opportunity to effect an even greater change in neighborhoods across America. The FBCI initiative has made a unique impact in the lives of society's most vulnerable citizens, channeling America's compassion in new directions.
- Local resources for Faith-Based and Community Organizations can be found on HUD's website.
- Learn more about HUD's Faith-Based Initiative on HUD's website.

2007 SuperNOFA is winding down
HUD's annual Super Notice of Funding Availability (SuperNOFA) is winding down. All grant applications must be submitted electronically through (, with the exception of the Continuum of Care homeless assistance programs. Visit our Funds Available page for more information on HUD's website.

HUD Highlights is an e-newsletter from HUD's Seattle Regional Office about HUD news, upcoming events, program updates and grant opportunities. If you received this newsletter from a friend, and would like to receive your own copy, please sign up for our mailing list.

Questions or comments about HUD Highlights?
HUD Seattle Regional Office, 909 First Avenue, Suite 255, Seattle, WA 98104-1000
(206) 220-5101 or toll-free (877) 741-3281 or


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